Maryland lawmakers told many bills caught in pandemic backup

today03/11/2021 22

share close

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s Senate president is bracing senators for a tough year for many of their bills due to difficulties created by the pandemic.

Senate President Bill Ferguson told lawmakers Wednesday that everything is more complicated this year due to precautions the General Assembly is taking. He says backups are happening because it’s very difficult administratively to move bills along the legislative process this year.

Legislative leaders in both chambers are limiting the amount of time lawmakers can be in session each day due to the pandemic. The General Assembly has about a month left in its annual 90-day session.



Source: AP – All contents copyright 2021 Associated Press.  All rights reserved.


Written by: administrator

Rate it

Previous post


MD Man killed in DE motorcycle crash identified

Delmar -Delaware State Police have identified the individual who died in a fatal collision located on Sussex Highway in the area of Allen’s Mill Road on March 7, 2021, as 22-year-old Stewart L. Northan 3rd, of Delmar, MD. The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit continue to investigate this incident. Anyone with information regarding this collision should contact Cpl/1 R. Albert with the Delaware State Police Troop 7 Collision Reconstruction Unit […]

today03/11/2021 30